This is a legacy document, and retained on the site in order to avoid link rot. The content is likely no longer (a) accurate, (b) representative of the views and philosophies of current site management, or (c) up to date.

Björn Höhrmann suggests a workaround when a background image has not been used for a document. By duplicating the color property and the background, as shown by the markup below, image borders may be suppressed for NN4+.

 background: silver;
 color: black; 

 A IMG {
 color: silver;
 background: silver; /*the color should be identical to the background
 color of the parent*/
 border: 0; 

The fact that all the images shown below are also links may not be understood by visitors to your document, so caution in implementing this is recommended, especially if you offer no textual links.

Sue Sims